Our clients have the benefit of working with Australia’s pre-eminent tax disputes team.

Our tax dispute services are proactive, timely and commercial on all aspects of tax controversy. We apply our extensive understanding of tax dispute management to mitigate the potentially costly impact of tax dispute resolution.

In the event that a tax dispute is unable to be resolved, our tax team works with the commercial litigation team to provide a seamless delivery of tax litigation services.

We have acted for clients on a variety of tax disputes, ATO investigations, responses to warrant executions and AAT hearings covering a range of state and federal taxes including:

  • income tax
  • goods and services tax
  • superannuation
  • payroll tax
  • land tax
  • stamp/transfer duties.

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Peter is the section leader of the firm's Tax team. Peter has joined Hall & Wilcox in 2016 after...

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